Chen Cheng-po

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Chen Cheng-po (陳澄波 1895-1947), a famous Taiwanese painters from Jiayi (嘉義), was killed by the Chinese Nationalist Army in 228 Incident, 1947.

The artist, whose work combines modern Western and traditional Chinese influences, was shot by Chinese Nationalist troops during an anti-government uprising known as the February 28 Incident.

Chen Cheng- Po's show: 'Hidden Talent' has been the most popular exhibiton in 2015 with a 13,860 daily visitors and a total of 1,607,736 visitors.

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Self-portraits by Chen Cheng-po[edit]

Works of Chen Cheng-po in 1920s[edit]

Works of Chen Cheng-po in 1930s[edit]

Works of Chen Cheng-po in 1940s[edit]


Works of Chen Cheng-po (Date Unknown)[edit]


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